Vintage Trouble Strive To Retain Authentic Sound

(Classic Rock) Vintage Trouble say they won't use modern technology to change their sound as they want to keep their music "timeless." They released their third album 1 Hopeful Road in August via Blue Note Records, and insist keeping their instrumentation simple is the most effective way to present their material.

Drummer Richard Danielson tells the Vanderbilt Hustler: "A lot of music is aged by the sounds and technologies of its times. To play music without all the extras gives it certain timelessness. For us, it's just bass, drum, guitar, and vocals as music was at the start."

They've opened for artists including the Who, the Rolling Stones and AC/DC. And frontman Ty Taylor reports they used their experience of life on the road to fine tune the follow-up to 2014's The Swing House Acoustic Sessions.

He says: "The album has been in the works for a while. We've been touring on and off for a few years. The story of this album is the story of four men behind a barrier waiting to get back to the recording studio to release all this creativity and all the songs we've been coming up with." Read more here.

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